Four Points by Sheraton Levis Convention Centre
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... much too easily distracted.
The original plan was to spend some time in the town of Riviere-de-Loup after our hike. Riviere is one of those Chagrin Falls type towns. It was not built to be a tourist town, but it is just so darn cute that the tourists come just the same. It was nice to see a town that functioned as a town and did not look like something out of a Disney park. Don't get me wrong, I loved ...
... and covering Montreal in a thick soup. More windy interstate today up the 20. Hopefully this will be the last of it. I'm sick to death of never ending interstate and being the second largest country in the world, Canada has a lot of them. Timmy H enticed us in after 100 miles for a panini and a brew which was welcome as I was starting to feel weak again. A nice long break made me feel a bit better.
I thought Quebec City, ...
... the one in Montreal. I spent a lot of time in the Chapters bookstore in Ottawa, as it was huge with 2 floors and had lots of cool journals and gifty things. It was also really relaxing in there, and a nice respite from the heat. I hope bookstores don’t completely die out! We went to the Lone Star that TC’s friend worked at for dinner, though there was no stomping on peanuts there. We shared chicken fajitas, and you could have unlimited toppings! We ended up not having to ...
Para mis estudiantes del programa lenguas del CÉCM. Este es mi blog oficial en Travel Pod.
For my students in the language program at CÉCM. This is my oficial blog in Travel Pod.
Enrique Fernandez Velazquez
Monday was Thanksgiving in Canada... so we had a day off school. My hostess invited me to go to stay with her in her family's chalet in the countryside for the weekend, however I had already paid to go to Ottawa on the Sunday. So I imagined I was going to be left tout seul in Montréal to celebrate Thanksgiving. But how does one celebrate Thanksgiving alone when you've never done it before??? And when in fact, isn't part of Thanksgiving the celebration ...